Razumihin, in his youthful ardour, had firmly resolved to lay the foundations at least of a secure livelihood during the next three or four years, and saving up a certain sum, to emigrate to Siberia, a country rich in every natural resource
and in need of workers, active men and capital.
The mother did her best, but no woman, out of her natural resources
, could feed three babies.
There the men were engaged in developing the country, organizing its railroads, opening up its mines, making accessible its vast natural resources
A new country, bounded by the oceans, situated just right in latitude, with the richest land and vastest natural resources
of any country in the world, settled by immigrants who had thrown off all the leading strings of the Old World and were in the humor for democracy.
Given natural resources
, the other great factor in industry is labour.
The natural resource
damage assessment and restoration (NRDAR) cooperatively with Duke Energy has been started by natural resource
trustees, who is held responsible for the spill.
If the annual rate of natural resources
loss is assumed to be 2 to 5 billion tons, about 20 percent of natural resource
degradation is found in Iran on a global scale.
Auction may be one of the methods for allocation of natural resources
but not the only methodC* Liquidity of a natural resource
, its need and value to the public at large, the need for ensuring maximum benefit for the advancement of the country and other aspects are relevant for deciding on the method for allocation," attorney general G.
The driving force behind Dubai Natural Resources
World is the alarming shortage of natural resource
supply across the world, combined with the competition for resources in emerging new markets.
They are legitimate natural resource
users as are the local trappers and prospectors.
A royalty trust is a legal entity that purchases profit interests (interests that pass through profits, but not losses) in mature, low-risk, natural resource
working properties (such as oil and gas).
This spring hundreds or thousands of New Jersey businesses and property owners may be required to pay for loss of natural resources
, including groundwater and wetlands, as the state's Department of Environmental Protection begins to aggressively pursue Natural Resource
Damages claims against polluters and other responsible parties.